Case Study: Think Money Group

Fast-growing financial services provider selects award-winning email and file encryption solution to secure confidential data shared with external organisations.

Case Study

Think Money Group LogoA Sunday Times Top 100 Best Company to Work For, Think Money Group is a fast-growing provider of financial services in the UK, offering an innovative alternative to bank current accounts, debt advice and solutions, and life and general insurance, as well as mortgages and secured loans.

Continually seeking to improve business processes, the company identified security and efficiency issues with their mechanisms for sharing confidential information with a range of third parties, including banks, industry partners and customers. Offering real-time auditing, as well as date and time restrictions, and the ability to revoke access to secure packages, Egress Protect enables users to remain in control of the information they share. Not only does this functionality improve data security, but provided as a one-click solution, Egress Protect also benefits workplace efficiency.

“Think Money Group is now protecting the integrity of their customers’ information, as well as protecting themselves from data breaches and reputational damage.”

Kelly McCann, Egress UK Sales Manager

Commenting on the announcement, Egress UK Sales Manager Kelly McCann states: “We are delighted that Think Money Group has chosen Egress Protect to fulfil their information and data encryption requirements. We recognise that, as a leading financial services provider, Think Money Group needs to protect and control the highly sensitive information they share with external third parties. Egress Protect not only offers this end-to-end information security and assurance, but also enables them to enhance efficiency and cost savings by moving away from post and fax as a form of communication. Most importantly, Think Money Group is now protecting the integrity of their customers’ information, as well as protecting themselves from data breaches and reputational damage.”